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Fast Company has piece about the burgeoning meal kit business, describing them as "the Ikea furniture of cooking. They arrive in boxes as disassembled meals, with pre-portioned ingredients, step-by-step instructions, and some assembly required."

And, it writes, increasingly "there's a version for absolutely everybody." Fast Company profiles a company called Chef'd, which it says "isn't trying to build an identity solely around its brand. Instead, it wants to build an Amazon-like store that houses meal kits for every lifestyle. Its website tagline is 'The First And Only Meal Store'."

You can read it in its entirety here.
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